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CALVERT: The girls basketball game against Monclova Christian, originally scheduled for tonight, has been re-scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 28 in Tiffin.

COLUMBIAN ATHLETIC BOOSTERS: There will be a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the cafeteria.

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s eighth grade defeated Fremont St. Joe 48-14. Allison Adelsperger had 19 points, while Mackenzie Ward had 10.

n Old Fort’s seventh grade lost top Fremont St. Joe 36-18. Hanna Bilger had six for the Stockaders.

n Columbian’s eighth grade fell to Norwalk 30-23. Kia Patillo led Tiffin with 11 points, while Samantha Fry and Madison Zimmerman had four points each.

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Tiffin’s eighth grade fell to Norwalk, 50-28.

n Carey’s seventh grade upended Seneca East 32-24. Alex Forehand had 12 points for the Tigers, while Dylan Cornwell added nine.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade improved to 5-1 with a 55-23 win over Carey. John Diehm led the Tigers with 14 points, while Zack Aichholz had nine.

n Tiffin’s seventh grade beat Norwalk, 26-22. Todd Simonds had six for the Tornadoes, while Jared Akers, Braden Brown, Jakob Amory, Anthony Szablewski and T.C. Hallett all had four points.

n Dylan Smith had nine points for New Riegel’s eighth grade in a 44-23 loss to North Baltimore.

n Alex Theis had 14 points, five rebounds to lead New Riegel’s eighth grade to a 54-18 win over North Baltimore. Brandon Arbogast had 10 points, seven rebounds for the Blue Jackets.

n Calvert’s eighth grade lost to St. Wendelin, 32-30. Corbin Cantner led Calvert with 11 points, while Connor Meyer had nine points and 10 rebounds. Alex Keller had seven points.

FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL: Mohawk defeated Lakota, 30-15. Macie Shaw led the Warriors with 15 points. Teammate Abby Luhring had seven.

YOUTH BASKETBALL: Tiffin Thunder Blue lost twice this weekend, falling to Upper Sandusky 38-23, then losing in overtime to River Valley 29-27. Leading scorers for Thunder Blue were Chase Frankhouser with 24 points, Takaia Goodman with 19 points and Mason Scott with seven.

JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING: Lakota finished fifth at the state dual qualifier it hosted, while Hopewell-Loudon placed ninth. For the Raiders, Darry Endicott went 4-0 with three pins at the 104-pound class, while Tyler Gable (116) went 3-1 with one pin. Brendon Biddle went 4-0 with four pins at 122 pounds, while Madison Jaso (150) went 4-0 with four pins and 245-pounder Tony Gonyer went 4-0.

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL: The program will be holding a spring hitting league at TU’s indoor batting cages at Hanson Physical Fitness Center on Miami St. There will be hitting instruction followed by team and individual scoring systems. Form your own team of four players or sign up as an individual and you will be placed on a team. It takes place Jan. 27, Feb. 3 and Feb. 10. Fourth through seventh grade will be from 4-5:15 p.m., while eighth through 12th graders will be from 5:30-7 p.m. Each group is limited to 28 athletes, seven teams. Cost is $180 for a team of four and $50 for an individual. Contact Casey Hanes at (419) 448-3378 for at Mail payment to Casey Hanes, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, OH. Checks should be made payable to TU softball.